Created attachment 166604 [details]
The last update to sqlite3 disabled readline support :-(
Can we enable one of the command line editing option again? Without it interactive use of sqlite3 is pretty bad.
The attached patch enables the EDITLINE option by default.
Created attachment 166605 [details]
Poudriere testport log FreeBSD 10.2/amd64
For reference: https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/sqlite3-seems-to-have-lost-readline-support.55021/
Created attachment 166611 [details]
use of the system's readline library by default
Hello. I'm sorry.
I forget about packages with default options.
Someone uses them, it's amazing. I apologize.
Don't you mind about use of the readline library from the system?
To avoid unnecessary dependencies.
Thank you very much.
Created attachment 166612 [details]
log file for this a port
Created attachment 166613 [details]
portlint log file for this port
Created attachment 166614 [details]
use of the system's readline library by default, increment PORTREVISION
I'm sorry. PORTREVISION increment, of course.
Comment on attachment 166604 [details]
Maintainer provided a different patch.
Testbuilds are fine. Portlint is okeyish, too.
Is this a topic that needs work ?
WARN: Makefile: UNICODE61 is listed in OPTIONS_DEFINE, but no PORT_OPTIONS:MUNICODE61 appears.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Feb 11 20:00:36 UTC 2016
New revision: 408698
databases/sqlite3: Enable one of the command line editing options
- The last update to sqlite3 disabled readline support
- Now several variants can be selected.
Submitted by: Tobias Kortkamp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: Pavel Volkov <email@example.com> (maintainer)